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Thursday, June 21, 2001

Young golfers compete in summer tourney

First through fourth graders spent this morning at the Reeves County Golf Course, competing in their own tournament as part of the Pecos-Barstow-Toyah summer golf program.

The tournament was divided by grades in both the boys and girls divisions, which ended up with only one tie, in the third grade girls' bracket, where Tatum Windham and Conner Armstrong both shot 26s, and Windham then won a three-hole playoff. Talia Castillo was the other girl competing in the third grade division, and shot a 32.

A total of 30 boys and girls competed this morning, and coach Tina Hendrick said the older players in the summer golf program would have their tournament Friday morning.

In the first grade girls division, Kimberly Herrera shot a 12 and Gabriana Nichols shot an 18, while in the second grade division for the girls, Andrea Benavides won with a 13 score, followed by Melissa Tarango with a 14, Lauren Elliott with a 15 and Kelly Leese was a 16. In the fourth grade girls division, AriAnna Alligood won with a 26 score, while Allyson Salcido shot a 29 and Yesenia Salgado shot a 38.

On the boys' side, Michael Hardwick won the first grade division with a 12 score and was followed by Jared Windham with a 13 and Zachary Carrasco with a 14. Bradley Shaw and Terry Graham tied for fourth with 15 scores, and were followed by Justin Workman with a 16, Jimmy Miller with a 19, Alex Reyes with a 21 and Tyler Davis with a 25.

The second grade division was smaller, with Joshua Aguilar winning by shooting an eight and Pedro Cano second, with an 11 score. In the third grade division, Alex Munoz won with a 28, while Coe Duke and Angel Valle tied for second with 29s and Dominique Vejil shot a 32. In the fourth grade division, Lomas Gonzales shot a 20 to finish first, and was followed by Mateo Tarango with a 21 and Jake Varela with a 24.

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